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Kholrabi Slaw
Scotty Hagnas | October 1 2005



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Kohlrabi is an unusual looking vegetable that is common in European gardens. It tastes a little like a turnip. It is planted in the spring for summer harvest, then again in July for a fall harvest. Kohlrabi is an excellent source of potassium and vitamin C. Here is one of many ways that you can prepare it.

Time: around 30 minutes

Slaw:
2 cups grated kohlrabi
2/3 cups thinly sliced fennel
2 slices bacon
1/2 cup basil leaves
1/3 cup chopped walnuts

Dressing:
1 egg yolk
1 tbsp lemon juice
1 tsp ground mustard
3 Tbsp olive oil
Pepper

Use a food processor or hand held blender to combine the egg yolk, lemon juice, and mustard. Add olive oil and pepper; mix well. Meanwhile, grill the bacon until it is fairly crisp. Break it into pieces. Remove the stems and grate the kohlrabi. Combine the kohlrabi and fennel in a bowl, then add the dressing and mix well until the vegetables are well coated. Add more pepper if desired, then toss the basil thru the salad. Top with the bacon bits and walnuts. This makes a great side dish, or you can serve it topped with baked fish. I like to serve it with walnut baked cod.

Zone blocks 2 cups kohlrabi = 1.5 carb blocks 1 1/2 cups fennel = 1 carb block Recipe as above makes 2 servings at: 1 block carb 1 block protein 12 blocks fat
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Justin 1 | 2014-01-24
Lynn, It is good that you are eating heahilter than ever. But the cheese and alfredo sauce are not good for you. Sure, it tastes great, but it's not healthy. You are so close, but eating added oils and fats is offsetting all the good you are trying to accomplish. I highly suggest you check out Dr. Esselstyn to see what you are doing to your endothelial cells. Then try Dr. McDougall's starch based diet. You can feel healthy and actually be healthy. You owe it to yourself. Good Luck. Ken
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